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NBA FOUNDATION AWARDS $20,500 IN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

Christmas has come a little early for six Nebraska college students who have demonstrated significant interest in becoming future broadcasters.  The following students have each been awarded a scholarship from the NBA Foundation:

Austin Jacobsen, a senior at UNK, earned a $5,000 Marty Riemenschneider scholarship.  Austin is on pace to graduate in May, 2020 with a double major in Sports Communication and Exercise Science.

Ana Marie Bellinghausen, Kelsey Bigelow and Matthew Kirkle were each awarded a $3,500 Dick Palmquist scholarship.  Bellinghausen is pursuing her degree in Journalism and Media Communications at UNO and plans to graduate in May of 2022.  Bigelow will graduate in May of 2020 from Northeast Community College with a degree in Mass Media – Radio and Television Broadcasting.  Kirkle will graduate from UNO in May of 2020 with a degree in Journalism and Media Communications. 

Jake Bartecki and Chance Oliver each earned a $2,500 NBA Foundation scholarship.  Bartecki is pursuing a major in Sports Media and Broadcasting at UNL and is on track to graduate in May of 2021.  Oliver is pursuing Multidisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Media Communication at UNO and plans to graduate in December of 2020.    

The NBA Foundation makes available up to $25,000 per academic calendar year for qualifying state college and university students in the NBAF’s College Scholarship Program.